Kojima designed this action game and Hideo Kojima is the director. The Sony Interactive Entertainment and 505 Games released for PlayStation4 (2019) and Windows (2020) respectively. The game is courier tasked with delivering supplies to connect isolated colonies via the wireless communications network. The actors include Mads Mikkelsen, Léa Seydoux, Margaret Qualley, Troy Baker, Tommie Earl Jenkins, and Lindsay Wagner, Guillermo del Toro and Nicolas Winding Refn.
However, the game grabbed the attention of many people. The visuals, the soundtracks and the action of the game were appreciated a lot. Furthermore, the game won many awards and nominations also declared as the game of the year.
Death Stranding 2- Is this a Rumour?
As Death Stranding (2019) became the most popular game of the year. Hideo Kojima is said to release the second part of the game. Although, there’s no official notice about the same. Moreover, we heard Kojima claiming that he will be thinking about making another sequel of Death Stranding. The previous one gained a lot of awards and appreciation from both the critics and as well as gamers.
The gamers are expecting another sequel with a lot of spice and adventure. Thus a new story would provide a completely different experience for the gamers. Moreover, the biggest question is that if there will be a sequel for Death Strand or not? There isn’t any answer to this question and the news of making sequel can be counted as a rumour.
As Kojima has talked a to about making another part but hadn’t released any official news about it. He has given a lot of hints about the new features and adventures in another part.
“I’m not really sure. But the most difficult part is: when you create something new, you have to create a sequel and then a third version, or it would not remain as a genre. So that’s one difficult part. When this game comes out there will be a lot of pros and cons, and [these elements could become the essence of the core part], but I think it’s better that I keep it going in a sequel.” Kojima said while talking about the new changes for another part.
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